Community Pulse is the spot for Developer Relations and Community professionals who are looking for information on building technical communities. Community Builders and DevRel veterans Jason Hand, Mary Thengvall, PJ Hagerty, and Sarah-Jane Morris interview experts in the field of Developer Relations and Community Leadership on a broad range of topics related to building community.

Jason Hand

Jason Hand

Mary Thengvall

Mary Thengvall

PJ Hagerty

PJ Hagerty

Sarah-Jane Morris

Sarah-Jane Morris

Latest Episode

2019 Closing Thoughts

Posted on Friday, Dec 13, 2019
Mary, Jason, and PJ officially welcome new host SJ Morris to the show! We all take the opportunity to review what we’ve done this year, talk about some trends we’ve noticed within DevRel, and generally put our final thoughts on all things 2019! Read More

The Importance of Interaction

Posted on Monday, Jun 12, 2017

In this episode, Mary, Jason, and PJ sit down with the illustrious Anil Dash of Fog Creek Software to discuss interactions with people, why DevRel is so important yet misunderstood, and Anil’s cool new project, Glitch.

DevOpsDays and Beyond

Posted on Thursday, Apr 20, 2017

After all 3 hosts being in the same physical place at the same time, Mary, Jason, and PJ come together to recap DevOpsDays, talk about different communities, and chat about all the things we’re thinking.

Ignite'ing Your Community

Posted on Monday, Mar 20, 2017

Jason and Mary chat with some of the top people behind Ignite Talks about building communities, drawing people together, and how to know when your plans need to pivot.

Let's Start at the Very Beginning

Posted on Monday, Feb 13, 2017

Jason, Mary, and PJ talk to Kim Bannerman & Eamon Leonard about how to start a community. We also explore who makes up a community, what separates leaders from participants, and more.

New Year, New Plan

Posted on Friday, Jan 13, 2017

Mary, Jason, and PJ talk to Ken Mugrage and Matthew Broberg about how to plan for a new year. We work through what a retrospective is (and why it might be useful), as well as how to prioritize & measure your work.